Information about the disappearance of Kyle Vaughan could fetch a reward of £10,000.

Since the 24-year-old went missing from his family's home in Newbridge, Caerphilly, on December 30, 2012, there has been no evidence to pinpoint what has happened to him.

The rock music's fan's Peugeot 306 was discovered crashed on the A467 between Risca and Crosskeys but Kyle's body remains undiscovered.

A missing person inquiry was launched following his disappearance and it later progressed into a murder investigation. See the latest on what police have said about the inquiry here.

Crimestoppers originally offered £5,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for what happened to Kyle but in September this year it doubled that reward money to £10,000.

“It is understandably very difficult for Kyle’s family who are still desperate for answers and to know what really happened," said Mick Duthie, Crimestoppers director of operations.

Kyle Vaughan
Kyle Vaughan

"We are hoping our appeal and reward will remind the public about this case and the important role they can play in Kyle’s friends and family seeking justice. We believe that somebody knows what has happened to Kyle.

"If you want to do the right thing, but feel unable to speak directly to the police, please remember that Crimestoppers charity can help. I would like to reassure people that our charity has taken information since we began back in the late 1980s. We have always kept our promise of anonymity and millions of people have trusted us with their crime information.

"We won’t judge. We don’t ask your name. We just listen to what you know. When you hang up the phone or click send you’re done. We promise that you will remain completely anonymous. Our UK contact centre is open 24/7 on 0800 555 111 or you can use our anonymous online form. No-one will know you contacted us and it could be your information that makes all the difference."

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